Stabilized but unstable: Rent regulation is worth reexamining
Feb. 25, 2024
Associate Justice Clarence Thomas joins other members of the Supreme Court as they pose for a new group portrait, at the Supreme Court building in Washington, Oct. 7, 2022. All or most of a $267,000 loan obtained by Supreme Court Justice Clarence Tho
Op-ed: Local rent-control initiatives may soften the push for ‘good cause’ bill
Feb. 4, 2024
Good cause eviction would force owners of multifamily properties to renew leases with tenants unless there was a good cause for not doing so, such as non-payment, or breaking clauses in the lease contract
‘Hateful’ squatters ‘sabotage’ NYC home with rotting fish and nails in sofa: landlord
Feb. 4, 2024
“You would think that they would feel some type of remorse … but no, they would do things like this just to try to hurt us.”
Crown Heights tenants rally for control of their building after years of no repairs
Feb. 4, 2024
‘No justice, no peace’: Crown Heights tenants say they are fighting to take control of their building after years of no repairs by slumlords and city agencies.
Op-Ed | Rent-stabilized housing on a precipice
Feb. 4, 2024
New York City is in the midst of a housing crisis
A Frankenmansion Sets a New Downtown Record
Feb. 4, 2024
The downtown townhouse market has hit a new record.
NYC building sales slump despite plummeting prices because of crippling regulations, high interest rates By Social Links for
Jan. 28, 2024
Buyers are walking away from building deals, creating opportunities for some
Kingston rent-control showdown in the appellate court
Jan. 28, 2024
Courts and legislators focus on landlord participation in vacancy surveys
Apartment Owners Report Surge In Rental Application Fraud
Jan. 28, 2024
Hochul wants to build 15K homes on state land to stem shortage. Which locations targeted?
Jan. 28, 2024
A former prison in Dutchess County. A psychiatric center in Queens. A pair of SUNY campuses on Long Island